Rent Mulholland Drive (2001)

3.7 of 5 from 298 ratings
2h 20min
Rent Mulholland Drive (aka Mulholland Dr.) Online DVD & Blu-ray Rental
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Los Angeles, city of angels. Amnesiac and wounded, a mysterious femme fatale wanders on the sinuous road of Mulholland Drive. She finds a shelter at Betty's house (Naomi Watts 'King Kong'). an aspiring actress just arrived from her hometown and in search of stardom in Hollywood. First of all intrigued by the stranger who calls herself Rita (Laura Elena Harring), Betty discovers that her handbag is dull of dollar bundles. The two women get to know each other better and decide to investigate in order to discover Rita's true identity....
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David Lynch
Mary Sweeney, Angelo Badalamenti
Mulholland Dr.

2002 BAFTA Best Editing

2001 Cannes Best Director

Release Date:
Run Time:
140 minutes
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 1.85:1
  • Chapter Selections Approved By David Lynch
  • The Making Of Mulholland Drive
  • Interviews With David Lynch, Naomi Watts, Justin Theroux, Laura Harring, Mary Sweeney and Angelo Badalamenti
  • Press Conference At Cannes
  • Inland Empire Preview
  • Trailer
Disc 1:
This disc includes the main feature
Disc 2:
This disc includes the special features
Release Date:
Run Time:
146 minutes
English, French, Italian
Dutch, French, Italian
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 1.85:1
  • Introduction by Thierry Jousse
  • 'In The Blue Box' Featurette
  • Making Of: 'On The Road To Mulholland Drive'
  • Interview With Mary Sweeney
  • Interview With Angelo Badalamenti
  • '10 Years After': Audio Interview With Angelo Badalamenti
  • 'Back to. J. Mulholland Drive' Featurette

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Reviews (6) of Mulholland Drive

Too much left unresolved, let down by the ending. - Mulholland Drive review by Alain

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First of all the talents of David Lynch in this film are undeniable. The whole thing is a great display of originality and art, and beautifully shot. As the plot thickens and the story develops the viewers are left desperate to know what is going on and therein lies the biggest weakness of the film. The last 20 minutes do nothing to resolve anything, quite the opposite actually. Not sure if the whole thing is strung together by a supernatural explanation, or is it a mental disorder? Either way we can't be left speculating that much. An open ending is fine and often thought provoking but in this case it seems the director didn't have an ending or a resolution and couldn't explain it himself.

OR, maybe I'm just too dumb. Either way that left me feeling a bit irritated.

2 out of 4 members found this review helpful.

A very weird film that is nevertheless fascinating - Mulholland Drive review by PJ

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Updated 16/08/2019

This is very odd and rather unique film. On one level, it feels unfinished and gives you clues but no clear meaning or ending. One could argue the characters are not all developed and meaningful. It is frustrating and confusing. You would want it to be more linear and also there seems to be 2 plots, not one, and the link between the 2 is not clear at all, and the idea that some of it may be a dream only helps up to a point.

On the other hand, it is visually and musically amazing and mind-blowing, because the director is, in his own way, an artist and a genius. There is menace and mystery, mixed with a thriller-type sub-plot and enigma. Mostly, what fascinates is the rapport between the 2 heroines, who are stunningly beautiful. This turns the movie into some sort of dark, mysterious erotic thriller.

On balance, I recommend it, and it will make you wonder for days afterwards what this or that scene meant, and so on: not so many films do. And, after all, real life is a bit like that: we rarely have a linear plot we are able to follow...

2 out of 2 members found this review helpful.

Terrible - Mulholland Drive review by CM

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This film really was a waste of time watching. it was terrible. At the end of the film we were left wondering what it was about and what had happened - but had gone beyond caring.

1 out of 5 members found this review helpful.

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